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Prince George was the double of his father Prince William today in a smart navy suit with matching brown shoes as he joined the Duke of Cambridge for his first official engagement in Cardiff.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with George, eight, and Charlotte, seven, met performers and crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place within the grounds of the castle.

William and Kate seemed to encourage their shy-looking children to shake hands and introduce themselves to dignitaries as they arrived in the Welsh capital, though Charlotte was soon beaming. It is believed to be the first official royal visit for the young royals.

And despite appearing a little shy, Prince George was certainly dressed for the part, wearing an identical outfit to his father Prince William.

The little boy swept his locks to one side, opting for a smart baby blue shirt with a navy suit jacket and trousers and brown loafer style shoes.

Meanwhile the Duke wore an identical look which perfectly matched his young son.   

Prince George was the double of his father Prince William today in a smart navy suit with matching brown shoes as he joined the Duke of Cambridge for his first official engagement in Cardiff

And despite appearing a little shy, Prince George was certainly dressed for the part, wearing an identical outfit to his father Prince William

And despite appearing a little shy, Prince George was certainly dressed for the part, wearing an identical outfit to his father Prince William

The little boy swept his locks to one side, opting for a smart baby blue shirt with a navy suit jacket and trousers and brown loafer style shoes

The little boy swept his locks to one side, opting for a smart baby blue shirt with a navy suit jacket and trousers and brown loafer style shoes

The little boy swept his locks to one side, opting for a smart baby blue shirt with a navy suit jacket and trousers and brown loafer style shoes

Meanwhile Princess Charlotte proved she is following in her mother’s thrifty footsteps today as she rewore her navy £140 Amaia coat as she arrived at Cardiff Castle for her first royal engagement.

The seven-year-old joined her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as her brother Prince George, eight, for the visit to Wales earlier this afternoon.

The little royal wore a navy blue button up coat dress from Amaia London, which she previously wore to Prince Philip’s memorial service in March of this year. 

It is described to have a fitted shape and is a warm, easy to wear coat for children. Charlotte looked casual and chic as she paired it with white ankle socks and grey Mary Jane shoes. 

Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared shy and timid as they were gently supported by Prince William and Kate Middleton on their first royal engagement today at Cardiff Castle

Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared shy and timid as they were gently supported by Prince William and Kate Middleton on their first royal engagement today at Cardiff Castle

The Duke, 39, and Duchess of Cambridge , 40, along with George, eight, and Charlotte, seven, met performers and crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place within the grounds of the castle

The Duke, 39, and Duchess of Cambridge , 40, along with George, eight, and Charlotte, seven, met performers and crew involved in a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place within the grounds of the castle 

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle this afternoon

Princess Charlotte appeared to offer her older brother a flower as they walked around Cardiff Castle with their parents this afternoon

Princess Charlotte appeared to offer her older brother a flower as they walked around Cardiff Castle with their parents this afternoon

The Cambridges seemed in high spirits as they left Cardiff Castle this afternoon following their appearance

The Cambridges seemed in high spirits as they left Cardiff Castle this afternoon following their appearance 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte visit Cardiff Castle

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte visit Cardiff Castle

Prince William speaks to his children as the family leave Cardiff Castle after greeting royal well wishers during Jubilee celebrations

Prince William speaks to his children as the family leave Cardiff Castle after greeting royal well wishers during Jubilee celebrations

Princess Charlotte and her mother Kate appeared to be in high spirits as they met royals fans in Cardiff this afternoon

Princess Charlotte and her mother Kate appeared to be in high spirits as they met royals fans in Cardiff this afternoon

Kate appeared very happy and gave a royal wave to fans after she was handed a bouquet of flowers while visiting Cardiff Castle

Kate appeared very happy and gave a royal wave to fans after she was handed a bouquet of flowers while visiting Cardiff Castle

Charlotte watched on as her clearly delighted mother accepted the flowers and spoke with some supportive locals

Charlotte watched on as her clearly delighted mother accepted the flowers and spoke with some supportive locals

The royal youngsters joined their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Cardiff Castle on Saturday. It was the siblings' first official visit to Wales, Kensington Palace said

The royal youngsters joined their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Cardiff Castle on Saturday. It was the siblings’ first official visit to Wales, Kensington Palace said

It comes as a body language expert today revealed how Prince William and Kate Middleton showed ‘shy’ George and Charlotte the ropes today as they ‘provided an anchor’ to help their children feel ‘confident’ on the engagement.

Princess Charlotte has become a favourite of royal fans thanks to her sassy personality. The princess has been snapped pulling funny faces, waving to photographers – and even sticking her tongue out on a family outing.

However today, the little royal appeared significantly more shy, perhaps taking in the gravity of the occasion, only reaching out to shake hands after some encouragement from her  mother Kate.

She walked hand-in-hand with the Duchess throughout the castle, who appeared to be helping her daughter adjust to her first public engagement.

George was seen grinning as William stood behind him with his hands on his shoulders - with the prince wearing a mini-me version of his father's blue suit and open necked shirt

George was seen grinning as William stood behind him with his hands on his shoulders – with the prince wearing a mini-me version of his father’s blue suit and open necked shirt

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge departs after a visit of Cardiff Castle for the Platinum Jubilee with her family

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge departs after a visit of Cardiff Castle for the Platinum Jubilee with her family

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge depart from Cardiff Castle after meeting with performers

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge depart from Cardiff Castle after meeting with performers

The Duchess led the young royal around Cardiff Castle with Charlotte seemingly in high spirits as she met royal supporters

The Duchess led the young royal around Cardiff Castle with Charlotte seemingly in high spirits as she met royal supporters

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge during a visit to Cardiff Castle

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge during a visit to Cardiff Castle

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle 

The young Prince and Princess watch on as their parents chat with royal fans at Cardiff Castle this afternoon

The young Prince and Princess watch on as their parents chat with royal fans at Cardiff Castle this afternoon

Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte greeted members of the public on their first official royal visit to Wales

Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte greeted members of the public on their first official royal visit to Wales

The little royal wore a navy blue button up coat dress from Amaia London, which she previously wore to Prince Philip 's memorial service in March of this year

The little royal wore a navy blue button up coat dress from Amaia London, which she previously wore to Prince Philip 's memorial service in March of this year

The little royal wore a navy blue button up coat dress from Amaia London, which she previously wore to Prince Philip ‘s memorial service in March of this year

The Cambridges took the time to greet royal fans as they arrived in Cardiff for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

The Cambridges took the time to greet royal fans as they arrived in Cardiff for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Though Prince George appeared shy, Princess Charlotte sported a happy smile as they greeted crowds in Cardiff

Though Prince George appeared shy, Princess Charlotte sported a happy smile as they greeted crowds in Cardiff

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Cardiff Castle in Wales

The couple and their children are due to watch rehearsals and meet some of the acts taking part in the celebrations at Cardiff Castle

The couple and their children are due to watch rehearsals and meet some of the acts taking part in the celebrations at Cardiff Castle

Meanwhile Prince George also appeared a little timid today, ducking behind his father as he posed for a photo and holding onto Prince William’s hand.

Speaking to FEMAIL, body language expert Judi James revealed: ‘Both Charlotte and George also appear to have had training in the art of the royal smile. 

‘This is clearly a skill Kate excels in, but for small children the knack of faking facial expressions to be polite can be tricky, especially when they are in public and in front of the cameras. Both children seem to be trying their best though, even if their expressions do suggest some shyness behind the fledgling smiles.’

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge depart from Cardiff Castle after meeting with performers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

Body language expert Judi James revealed how Kate and William were able to be a ‘parenting double-act’ during the engagement today to show some of the ‘non-verbal techniques they’re using to induct George and Charlotte into the formalities of royal visits’

Meanwhile she revealed: ‘After their often tense-looking appearances so far during the Jubilee it was a rather more relaxed and synchronized-looking William and Kate that arrived in Wales today with their two eldest children.

‘With the tension of a rather boisterous balcony performance from Louis followed by an attempt to quash any signs of drama at St Paul’s, caused by the presence of Harry and Meghan, Kate and William were able to go into more of a parenting double-act here to show some of the non-verbal techniques they’re using to induct George and Charlotte into the formalities of royal visits.

‘Their prime gesture seems to be to ‘anchor’ both children when they are on the move by holding onto their hands and even swapping the hand-holding now so that it’s not always George who gets to be next to his father.

‘Charlotte often refuses the offer of a hand clasp, showing a sense of confidence and independence, but she looked happy to comply here. When they meet and greet with the public though the hands are dropped and both William and Kate use small touches and tie-signs on their children to signal cues and timings.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

Prince William speaks to his children as the family leave Cardiff Castle after greeting royal well wishers during Jubilee celebrations

Prince William speaks to his children as the family leave Cardiff Castle after greeting royal well wishers during Jubilee celebrations

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their visit to Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concer

The young Prince and Princess watch on as their parents chat with royal fans at Cardiff Castle this afternoon

The young Prince and Princess watch on as their parents chat with royal fans at Cardiff Castle this afternoon

‘Kate was seen to nudge Charlotte to step forward to shake hands after she jumped in too quickly at first, moving up before her brother and father had done their greetings. 

‘William placed both hands on George’s shoulders after he’d done his greeting to let him know he was still there behind him for steering and support. Kate tends to use hair-stroking comfort gestures to help the children feel confident and praised by her, making this as comfortable an experience for them as possible’. 

Missing was Prince Louis who stole the show when he appeared on Buckingham Palace’s balcony with his family and the Queen after the Trooping the Colour ceremony on Thursday.

The couple and their children are due to watch rehearsals and meet some of the acts taking part in the celebrations including Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. Bonnie was last week made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to music.

The visit is one of a number members of the royal household are carrying out across the UK to mark the Jubilee. While the Cambridges visited Cardiff, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex arrived in Northern Ireland.

Harry and Meghan, on the other hand, are expected to be absent from Jubilee celebrations today, as they celebrate daughter Lilibet’s first birthday at Windsor and continue to keep a low-profile.

According to Omid Scobie, they will mark the birthday ‘together privately as a family’. The Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla and the Cambridges all wished Lilibet a happy birthday through their social media accounts.

Later, William and his father Prince Charles will take centre stage in front of a crowd of 22,000 to pay tribute to the Queen during a star-studded Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace.

The father and son – both future kings – will speak separately in honour of the monarch towards the end of the BBC’s open-air Party at the Palace show, on the third evening of the four-day Jubilee festivities.

Despite the event not starting until 8pm, royal fans began arriving at The Mall from 8am to get the best spot.

It is thought unlikely the Queen will attend the concert but confirmation of any movements will be released later today. She will also not attend today’s Epsom Derby Day, but is expected to be glued to the TV, watching the developments from Windsor.

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